Atomic Heart counts among February's most interesting releases, thanks to its world, which is permeated by weirdness down to its core. If you've been following the game but have yet to upgrade your PC for a while, there's a good chance that you're wondering if Nvidia GeForce Now support might be planned for launch.
Atomic Heart launching with GeForce Now support would allow subscribers who own the game to jump in and experience the whole thing without having to worry about their hardware not being up to snuff.
Atomic Heart Nvidia GeForce Now
As its release steadily approaches, we now have confirmation that Atomic Heart will, indeed, receive Nvidia GeForce Now support as soon as it goes live.
- Atomic Heart Nvidia GeForce Now support status: Available at launch
The news was shared in the official blog posted on Nvidia's website on February 2, 2023, which listed the action-RPG as one of many games headed to the cloud gaming service later during the month.
Atomic Heart's system requirements aren't the most demanding in recent history, but it's still great to have different options in terms of how we get to play through its campaign.
Atomic Heart is currently expected to launch on February 21, when it will arrive on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4.
For more on the highly anticipated title, here is what we know about whether or not we can expect any form of multiplayer mode and if we might see it becoming part of the PC Game Pass library.
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